IPCNY lends many of its exhibitions to other institutions through its touring program. For more information on how you and your organization can become involved with IPCNY’s touring program, please get in touch by writing to contact@ipcny.org or calling 212-989-5090.



On view at the AIA Museum of
Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe, NM
from January 19 – June 15, 2017,
under the title New Impressions

Weaving Past into Present:
Experiments in Native American Contemporary Printmaking

This exhibition consists of current prints by Native American artists
living and working across North America. Techniques range from lithography,
etching, silkscreen, linocut and monoprint, to three-dimensional multi-media
constructions. Works by John Hitchcock, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, and
Emmi Whitehorse are featured among others. Affiliations of the artists
include Mohawk, Seneca, Navajo, Flathead/Salish, Chiricahua Apache, Cree,
Plains Cultures, Colville Confederate Tribes and Wiyot.More details here.

June 2 – July 22, 2017
Contemporary Art Museum at the University of South Florida, Tampa

September 19 – December 10, 2017
Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery at Wesleyan University

Black Pulp!

This exhibition, organized by artists William Villalongo and
Mark Thomas Gibson examines evolving perspectives of Black identity
in American culture and history from 1912 to 2016 through contemporary
works of art and rare historical printed media. The exhibition includes works by
artists, graphic designers, and publishers in formats ranging from little-known
comic books to covers for historic books and magazines, to etchings, digital prints,
drawings, and media-based works by some of today’s leading artists.

The exhibition features contemporary works by an intergenerational
group of 21 artists from the Black diaspora: Derrick Adams, Laylah Ali,
Firelei Báez, Nayland Blake, Robert Colescott, Renee Cox, William Downs,
Ellen Gallagher, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Lucia Hierro, Yashua Klos,
Kerry James Marshall, Wangechi Mutu, Lamar Peterson, Pope.L,
Kenny Rivero, Alexandria Smith, Felandus Thames, Hank Willis Thomas,
Kara Walker, and Fred Wilson.





New Prints Tour: Selections from Somewheres & Nowheres

International Print Center New York (IPCNY) will presented Somewheres &
Nowheres: New Prints 2014 at the Concourse Gallery, The University of Tennessee, from March 1 – March 31, 2015.


Big Picture Show
1285 Avenue of the Americas, NY
(September 8 – December 5, 2014)


New Prints 2014
(July 9 – July 15, 2014)


New Prints 2013/ Winter; Tour: Art League Houston (June 21 – Aug 02, 2013)

New Prints 2012/Autumn; Tour: The University of Texas at Austin (February 1 – March 09, 2013)

New Prints 2011/Autumn; Tour: University of Texas at Austin (January 27 – March 10, 2012)

Silent Watch; Tour: Wayne State University (January 27 – February 16, 2012)

New Prints 2011/ Summer; Tour: Pfizer Inc., NYC (October 5, 2011-March 20, 2012)

Wallworks; Tour: Georgia College, Milledgeville (March 7 – April 1, 2011)

New Prints 2010/Autumn; Tour: University of Texas at Austin (January 1 – March 12, 2011)

Emerging Images; Tour: Phillips de Pury (November 13 – November 24, 2010)

Propagating Eden; Tour: Wave Hill, Bronx, NY (April  3 – July 25, 2010)

New Prints, Part II; Tour: UPenn’s School of Design, Meyerson Hall Gallery (March 8 – April 6, 2010)

Seeing God in Prints; Tour: Wellesley College’s Davis Museum and Cultural Center (February 24 – June 10, 2010)

 New Prints, Part 1; Tour: Drexel University’s Leonard Pearlstein Gallery (January 11 – February 20, 2010)

New Prints 2009/ Winter; Tour: Columbia College Chicago, IL (March 9 – April 9, 2009)

 New Prints 2008/Spring; Tour: New York School of Interior Design (July 17 – July 24, 2008)

New Prints 2008/Winter; Tour: Coastal Carolina University/ Bryan Art Gallery, Conway, SC (March 18 – April 17, 2008)

New Prints 2007/ Autumn; Tour: Columbia College Chicago, IL (January 17 – February 22, 2008)

Graphic Reality; Tour: Columbia College Chicago, IL (January 12 – February 24, 2007)

 New Prints 2006/Summer – COLOR; Tour: Maier Museum of Art at Randolf-Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, VA (September 16 – December 8, 2006)

New Prints 2005/ Autumn; Tour: Columbia College Chicago, IL (January 12 – February 18, 2006)

 Industry & Idleness; Tour: Museum of the City of New York (July 1 – September 18, 2005) 

Creative Space; Tour: Library of Congress (February 23 – June 28, 2003); Columbia College Chicago, IL (January 31 – March 25, 2005)



Hard Pressed: 600 Years of Prints and Process, examined the relationship between aesthetics and technology throughout the history of printmaking and into the present. This exciting exhibition not only situated the fine art print in a larger, historical context, but it also brought to the fore the richness and creativity of the printmaking process. Following its run in the home venue, the Exhibition traveled to Boise, Idaho, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Naples, Florida.

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